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SBD/June 3, 2014/Colleges
Boston Univ. AD Mike Lynch Resigns; Brad Edwards Leaves Jacksonville For George Mason
Published June 3, 2014
ON THE ROAD AGAIN: George Mason Univ. yesterday named Jacksonville Univ. AD Brad Edwards to the same position. Edwards "will replace Tom O'Connor, who is retiring July 1" (AP, 6/2). In Jacksonville, Gene Frenette cites sources as saying that Edwards' "propensity to go job-hunting caused some friction with the administration." Sources added that the "timing of him landing the same position with George Mason worked out favorably for both parties, avoiding a continued awkward working relationship" (FLORIDA TIMES-UNION, 6/3).